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    • Decomposition and Growth

      Allocco, Margaret; Haller, Chris; State University of New York College at Brockport (2016-06-20)
      This model shows is a simple representation of decomposition and growth. As students move the arrow over different sprites in the model, the sprites will “talk” asking questions and providing information to the user.
    • IB Mathematics Standard Level - Statistics Unit - Online Instruction

      Miles, Alexa (2020-05-15)
      This statistics unit is designed to be delivered 100% remotely for IB Math SL students. For our class, this was Unit 11. There are five lessons of content in this unit being, 11.1 Histograms and Boxplots, 11.2 Variance and Standard Deviation, 11.3 Probability Distributions and Expected Value, 11.4 Binomial Distribution, and 11.5 Normal Distribution. Each lesson consists of one Edpuzzle video for the students to watch and take notes on and one worksheet style practice assignment (informal assessment) for the students to complete. There is one formal assessment after lesson 2 and a larger (two-day) formal assessment after lesson 5. The assessments are typical exam style assessments. There are two days of review built in before the large end-of-unit assessment including a Quizizz game and a sheet of IB review problems. Each day should be about one hour of work time. Full delivery of this unit should take 10 hours.
    • Carbon Emissions

      Hummel, Breanna; Slossar, Samantha; State University of New York College at Brockport (2016-06-20)
      This model demonstrates how a population affects the carbon emissions in a region.
    • Algebra Balance Scales

      Westrich, Kevin; The College at Brockport (2008-05-01)
      Students will use models to visualize what is actually happening when you go through the steps of solving a linear equation using algebra.
    • All Things Living

      Barnum, Natalie; The College at Brockport (2006-10-12)
      Students will learn about what classifies an organism as living.
    • Sea Turtle Survival

      Linder, Grace; Thresh, Lauren; State University of New York College at Brockport (2016-06-20)
      This model is intended to demonstrate the heavy predation and low survival rate of hatchling sea turtles
    • Absolute Values and Inequalities using TI-Calculator

      Coffie, Marc; The College at Brockport (2006-10-12)
      Using the TI-83 Graphing Calculator, students will learn about inequalities and graphing absolute value functions.
    • Government Mini Lesson - The Executive Branch

      Schwab, Juliana (2020-05-15)
      This mini-lesson outlines the presentation of materials to students regarding the Executive Branch of government. It includes a facilitator's guide, a list of materials, student/parent guide, and student performance. See the additional file for the student activity packet.
    • Finding the coefficient of friction used in a simulation

      Hendricks, Richard; The College at Brockport (2006-09-16)
      Objectives: Students will interpret a graph developed through an interactive physics animation to determine the effects of frictions presumed in the simulation.
    • Discovering Sinusoidal Relationship

      Burgos, Wilson; The College at Brockport (2004-10-31)
      Students will discover a sinusoidal relationship between variables in a real world problem, discover that changes in the initial velocity have an effect on the graph’s period.
    • Exploring Angles

      Gambino, Renee; The College at Brockport (2006-08-06)
      The students will investigate the sum of the interior angles of various triangles and conjecture and prove the following theorem: • The sum of the interior angles in a triangle is 180° . The extension activities include conjecturing and proving the following theorems: The sum of the interior angles in a quadrilateral is 360° . The sum of the measures of the interior angles in a convex n-gon is 180°(n-2).
    • Air Mass Rising

      Ruder, Nate; The College at Brockport (2006-10-03)
      Students will learn why air mass becomes saturated with water vapor
    • Use of quadratic roots in acid- base pH calculations

      Hendricks, Richard; The College at Brockport (2006-09-16)
      Students will make a program for the TI calculator to find both roots of a quadratic equation, regardless of the parameters.
    • Application of the Scientific Method

      Englert, Lisa; The College at Brockport (2006-08-08)
      1.Students will study the concept of diffusion 2.Students will incorporate technology into the Science classroom
    • Predator Prey Model Using Agent Sheets

      Gwara, Erin; The College at Brockport (2006-08-08)
      Students will use Agent Sheets to determine predator prey relationships.
    • Create graphs to represent the equation of a straight line.

      Richardson, Alexis; The College at Brockport (2006-08-03)
      Students will learn how to graph y=mx+b equations. EQ: How do you graph y = mx+b equations?
    • Measuring angles with protractors

      Richardson, Alexis; The College at Brockport (2006-08-08)
      To teach students how to measure angles using a protractor within one degree EQ: How do you measure angles using a protractor?
    • Angles and Sketchpad

      Walker, John; The College at Brockport (2006-08-09)
      Objectives: Students will be able to • Construct, measure and manipulate two-dimensional objects using The Geometer`s Sketchpad. • Classify and construct regular polygons based upon information regarding angle and/or side measure. • Measure a pentagon, then a hexagon, and determine without performing the construction, how many degrees are in the interior of a 21-sided figure. • Identify similar figures and use their properties.
    • Finding the Area of an Irregular Shape

      Dale, Michelle; The College at Brockport (2006-08-01)
      Plot the given points. Connect line segments between the points to make an irregular shape (house). Break the irregular shape (house) into smaller shapes that have known area formulas (triangle and rectangle). Calculate the area by hand using known area formulas (triangle and rectangle) then check their work. Apply their knowledge of area and add together the areas of the smaller shapes (triangle and rectangle) to find the total area of the irregular shape (house). Describe in their own words the process of finding the area of an irregular shape and when this process might be used in everyday life.
    • Exploring Investing and the Stock Market

      Dinitto, Brian; The College at Brockport (2004-08-07)
      To have students explore the relationship of compound interest, steady contribution, and time on savings. Also to compare this to the risks of investing in a variable stock market or lottery and the costs of risk for long term investment.